Kashmera Shah discussed nepotism in a new interview. She has stated that she dislikes people discussing nepotism and that it “doesn’t matter” if someone is talented. She also stated that if her sons, Rayaan and Krishaang, make their film debuts, it will be because it is in their blood rather than because of nepotism.
Kashmera made her film debut in 1996 with the film Yes Boss. Shah Rukh Khan and Juhi Chawla starred in the film. She went on to appear in a number of films, including Koi Kisi Se Kam Nahin, Pyar To Hona Hi Tha, Hindustan Ki Kasam, Kahin Pyaar Na Ho Jaaye, Aur Pappu Pass Ho Gaya, and many others.
Kashmera told Bollywood Hungama, “If someone talks against Bollywood or talks about nepotism, I take it personally because I am living proof that nepotism never matters.” I was good, so I got work, which helped me shine in this industry. As a result, I dislike hearing people speak out against it.”
Kashmera, who directed and produced Marne Bhi Do Yaaron in 2019, also revealed her next directorial project, Shriman Aishwarya Rai. “It’s also about friendship and the film industry,” she explained. I was sick of hearing people rail against the industry. I wanted to emphasise that in this industry, friendship is extremely important, and people genuinely care about one another. People are hired because they are good artists, not because they are someone’s sons or daughters. The latter also occurs. But that is irrelevant. Will you call it nepotism if my sons become actors tomorrow?
They may act or dance because it is in their blood. Furthermore, a doctor’s son is always a doctor. But for some reason, that’s acceptable.”
Kashmera has appeared on a number of reality television shows, including Bigg Boss, Steal Ur Girlfriend, Fear Factor: Khatron Ke Khiladi 4, and Iss Jungle Se Mujhe Bachao Am.